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June 4, 1995 | N.F. MENDOZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though she seems quite the Southern belle herself, "Grace Under Fire's" Julie White has had enough Southern hospitality for now, thank you. White, who plays Nadine, neighbor and buddy of Grace (Brett Butler) in the ABC sitcom, has just returned from her youngest sister's mega-wedding in their native Texas. "I'm totally exhausted," White says in her Southern twang from her hillside home in the San Fernando Valley.
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June 26, 2013 | By Susan Denley
Toms is hosting a pre-Fourth of July “Red, White and Bold Bash” on Saturday at the Americana at Brand . The charitable shoe and eyewear company, which gives back to those in need for every pair of shoes or glasses sold, is hosting a party with live music, games and art on the green from noon to 6 p.m.. It's to celebrate Independence Day - “and the freedom to style your Toms,” the event flyer says. The mall is at 889 Americana Way, Glendale. Opening Designer resale boutique Buttons and Bows , owned by Karen Marley and Monique Aquino, has moved to a larger location at 548 Spring St., Suite 112, in downtown Los Angeles' historic core.
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November 16, 2008 | Patrick Pacheco, Pacheco is a freelance writer.
Julie White isn't exaggerating when she describes as a "huge roller-coaster ride" the interlude between her final performance of Douglas Carter Beane's "The Little Dog Laughed" on Broadway and her reprise as the Hollywood agent from hell in the comedy's West Coast premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
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November 16, 2008 | Patrick Pacheco, Pacheco is a freelance writer.
Julie White isn't exaggerating when she describes as a "huge roller-coaster ride" the interlude between her final performance of Douglas Carter Beane's "The Little Dog Laughed" on Broadway and her reprise as the Hollywood agent from hell in the comedy's West Coast premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
NEWS
June 26, 2013 | By Susan Denley
Toms is hosting a pre-Fourth of July “Red, White and Bold Bash” on Saturday at the Americana at Brand . The charitable shoe and eyewear company, which gives back to those in need for every pair of shoes or glasses sold, is hosting a party with live music, games and art on the green from noon to 6 p.m.. It's to celebrate Independence Day - “and the freedom to style your Toms,” the event flyer says. The mall is at 889 Americana Way, Glendale. Opening Designer resale boutique Buttons and Bows , owned by Karen Marley and Monique Aquino, has moved to a larger location at 548 Spring St., Suite 112, in downtown Los Angeles' historic core.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 2008
I am gravely disappointed in the L.A. Times' participation in allowing actress Julie White to use the paper to publicly slander her ex-husband ["She Charms Like the Devil," by Patrick Pacheco, Nov. 16]. Referring to her ex-husband as a "runaway" and "cowboy" is not "hurt" but calculated, vindictive slander from an actress who performs the victim in her failed marriage as well as she plays her other fictitious characters. Nancy Haecker Santa Monica
ENTERTAINMENT
February 17, 1998 | BRIAN LOWRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Grace Under Fire" vaulted into prime time's Top 10 its first season and tied "Frasier" for the People's Choice Award as favorite new comedy series. Yet though the latter continues to amass accolades in its fifth year, the former exits ABC's schedule after tonight with barely a whimper. As recently as three years ago, "Grace" and its star, Brett Butler, appeared to be on top of the world, moored in the coveted berth after "Home Improvement."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 1995 | SCOTT COLLINS
Jinx Baxter (Bruce Wright) spent 15 years in a Texas prison, but that looks like easy time compared to the problems he faces in "The Ellis Jump," Jim McGrath's funny and brilliantly entertaining comedy of redemption at the Met Theatre. Baxter's parole officer, the mocking good ol' boy Cody Hicks (Barry Cullison), could show Mark Fuhrman a thing or two about intimidation and planting evidence.
BUSINESS
February 4, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
ActivCard Corp., which makes computer security products, said Tuesday that Chief Executive George Garrick resigned in a dispute with the board over strategy after four months with the company. Its shares fell 14%. Garrick's resignation is effective immediately, and a search for his successor has begun, Fremont, Calif.-based ActivCard said in a statement. Company spokeswoman Julie White declined to characterize the disagreement.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 14, 2013 | By Glenn Whipp
In "Language of a Broken Heart," we are asked to believe that romance novelist Nick (played by the film's screenwriter, Juddy Talt) knows how to write with authority about love without any firsthand knowledge of its real-life workings. It's a bit of a leap to think that an obsessive guy whose idea of courtship involves repeating "marry me, marry me, marry me" on the first date would be able to win enough women's hearts to climb the bestseller lists. But then, we're also told that Nick's own heart is just too big for most women.
NEWS
June 4, 1995 | N.F. MENDOZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though she seems quite the Southern belle herself, "Grace Under Fire's" Julie White has had enough Southern hospitality for now, thank you. White, who plays Nadine, neighbor and buddy of Grace (Brett Butler) in the ABC sitcom, has just returned from her youngest sister's mega-wedding in their native Texas. "I'm totally exhausted," White says in her Southern twang from her hillside home in the San Fernando Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1989
Once a turkey, always a turkey. Rep. Rohrabacher reaches far back into history to cite the public and "official" reactions to research, theories, and inventions, mostly occurring prior to the establishment of what is known as the "scientific method." This notion, evolved from the late 1600s to the present, is that an experimental researcher presents the work in a clear fashion, indicating the details of the equipment, the measuring devices, the environmental conditions, the step-by-step method used, and the results.
SPORTS
November 23, 1994
The Cal State Northridge women's swim team announced the signing of two new recruits Tuesday. Kim Piorto, from Mesa, Ariz., and Julie White from Milwaukee, Wis., will swim freestyle for the Matadors next season. Piorto has a 3.9 grade-point average, and White, who also swims in backstroke events, has a 3.8 GPA. College Football Valley College (9-1) is ranked ninth and Moorpark (8-2) is 10th in the final state junior college football poll. City College of San Francisco (10-0) is ranked No. 1.
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